How Walking in Nature Prevents Depression

How Walking in Nature Prevents Depression

A study finds that wild environments boost well-being by reducing obsessive, negative thoughts.

Have You Planned Your Trip?

Goliath the mountain goat is ready to welcome guests at Durrand Glacier – Selkirk Mountain Experience!

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Social Licence in BC

Fred Bunnell, University of British Columbia 

“Crown land is unique to the Commonwealth and better represented in British Columbia than anywhere else in the Commonwealth (95% of the land base).

International Society for Mountain Medicine’s Winter Issue

“Remember the avalanche does not know you are an expert.”

Nepal Needs Our Help

“My name is Ian Eakins and I had the privilege to live in Nepal for 11 years from 1977-88 and I guided mountain and river trips there until 1993. 

Untracked Powder, No Crowds

“There’s something about returning to a rustic log cabin in the mountains after a day’s skiing that warms you right through. Perhaps it’s the wood stove or the scent of fresh baking, but I’ve never felt the same going back to a hotel.” –Globe and Mail –                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           Read the full article